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all around hotel guy for 20 years
16 hours ago

So this isn’t so much of an ask as it is a did you know?

Expedia and booking.com allow you to auto message guests. I’ve found it extremely helpful with the current state of the world. All the booking sites have a little “click here for COVID information!” As we all know, they never do, and even when they do he info is very wishy washy all “things MIGHT be different” then they get all butthurt when they arrive at the property and learn the things they should have already figured. We’ve had an uptick in cancellation requests since I set it up, but it’s still better than dealing with assholes face to face upset that they might have to sleep in their own filth for a 2 day stay.

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Full Serve/Area DOF/11 Years
12 hours ago

Does anyone know of a credit research service that can replace HCA? I'm trying to cut loose any vendor that seems to lack any understanding of what this industry is going through right now.

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外围体育投注Hello, We are a small property like 14 room and I am trying to find a way to track breakfast goods. Since everyone eats different and everyday there is different amount of guests I cannot tell today that much egg - etc. will be used . We have a chef who handles breakfast but problem is if he decide to steal such as a packet of something I won't be able to know it. He can say "I used it yesterday for guest" or I do not want to check my employee before leaving the hotel it is a bit awkward what kind of a thing I can do to track those goods? any idea or suggestion? Thanks,

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Posted by3 days ago

外围体育投注Hey guys, I was wondering what the hotels in the North Hemisphere are doing to bring extra cash during this crisis. We're seeing Hotels testing coworking's and ghost kitchens in Australia and Brazil (we're primally located on south countries).

Are theses the only mainly focused new ideas on the Hotel or I'm blind to something? I thought it was a little repetitive :(

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Ski Resort/Reservations/2 years
3 days ago

If you have Queue reservations enabled, can the guest sign a registration form without having a room assigned?

外围体育投注I’ve done a queue check-in at a high-volume hotel where I signed off on everything beforehand, and came back to get my keys.

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